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John Keats, a follower of Greek Art and mythology, unveils his love for Greek Art in his legendary Ode on a Grecian Urn by jogging the memory of the readers. He gives a picture of the Greek Art through the visual rendering of urn that makes the appeal of the aesthetic beauty of the evergreen Greek Art undying. Moreover, he succeeds in making the urn perpetual with the artistic description of the painted pictures on the urn. This ode shows the propensity to spotlight the supremacy of Greek Art that is most significant in reminding the readers about its plea. Applying various kinds of mythological elements, this paper endeavors to focus on the recollection of Greek Art in the Ode on a Grecian Urn.